Find a Care Community that suits you
Types of support for which you may be eligible
Applying to a Care Community and Visiting
Once you have received your ACAT assessment, you can begin applying to as many Care Communities as you wish, but once you accept a place, it’s important that you let the others know that you no longer require their services.
Visiting a range of Care Communities is often one of the best ways to decide which one suits your needs. To help you assess the suitability of the ones you visit, we have attached a short checklist at the end of this section. This will help you assess each home and ask some important questions to the providers you meet with.
Services we provide in our Care Communities
Things to consider when you visit a Care Community
Some important things to consider when finding an aged care home includes:
- Your health, physical, mental, social and spiritual needs.
- Budget and costs
- Accreditation and reputation
- Safety and accessibility
- On-site services such as allied health, palliative care, dementia care and transport
- Quality of food provided
First impressions are so important and give you the confidence to know if our Care Community will give you a sense of home, feel how our team welcomes you, and have a better understanding of the lifestyle, services available, and room suitability.
You're welcome to visit and ask as many questions as you would like.